7 Night Bahamas Cruise on Majesty of the Seas from New Orleans, Louisiana Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Sandy White Beach Crystal Blue Water
The 7 Night Bahamas Cruise from New Orleans, Louisiana visits Nassau, Bahamas; Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas; Key West, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana . Explore our cruise itineraries and choose from a variety of rooms depending on your needs and budget. Start planning your next cruise vacation by selecting a destination and departure port.
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7 Night Bahamas Cruise
Itinerary Overview
Explore Majesty of the Seas
Day 1 - New Orleans, Louisiana
Day 2 - 3 - Cruising
Day 4 - Nassau, Bahamas
Day 5 - Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
Day 6 - Key West, Florida
Day 7 - Cruising
Day 8 - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Sandy White Beach Crystal Blue Water
Palm trees hanging over white sanded beaches with crystal blue water in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
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Leaving from
New Orleans, Louisiana
Onboard
Majesty of the Seas
Day Port
1
New Orleans, Louisiana
Departs at 4:00 PM
2 - 3
Cruising
Day at sea
4
Nassau, Bahamas
From 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
5
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
From 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
6
Key West, Florida
From 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
7
Cruising
Day at sea
8
New Orleans, Louisiana
Arrives at 8:00 AM
*Port sequence may vary by sailing date.
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Your ship Majesty of the Seas

Your ship
Majesty of the Seas
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Majesty of the Seas, Aerial View, Bahamas and Caribbean Cruise Ship
Aerial View of Majesty of the Seas Cruise Ship with destinations in the Bahamas and Caribbean
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Majesty of the Seas

VACATION REQUEST APPROVED

From the poolside movie screen and the cool serenity of Vitality℠ Spa & Fitness Center, to flavor-fueled culinary classes and incredible views from the Rock Climbing Wall, this is an action-packed vacation for the work-hard-play-hard mentality.

GOURMET GAME CHANGING

Five courses of epicurean delight define the experience at Chef's Table, while classic milkshakes, burgers, and hot dogs are the name of the game at Johnny Rockets®. You'll find a global array of options at Windjammer, all complimentary. And at night, Cuban mojitos and Latin rhythms await at Boleros.

FROM BOOGIE TO BROADWAY

Whether you're time-warping back to the '70s in Boogie Wonderland, laughing out loud with a guest comedian or singing along with an invited entertainer, you're in for a good time.

Day 1: New Orleans, Louisiana

Day 1
New Orleans
Louisiana
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New Orleans, Louisiana, Green Red Streetcars
Green and red streetcar trolleys for transportation in New Orleans
Things to do in
New Orleans
Departs at 4:00 PM
With a penchant for partying and a joie de vivre lifestyle, every day in New Orleans is cause for celebration. Its melting pot culture is as rich as the roux in its Creole cuisine— and adventure dangles on iron-latticed balconies alongside colorful Mardi Gras beads. Head to the French Quarter in the heart of the city, and get swept up in the wild beat of Bourbon Street. New Orleans cruises give you the chance to check out Frenchmen Street clubs for live jazz tunes, or roam the leafy Garden District. Whether it’s the voodoo vibes, fiery cooking, or down-home hospitality, the quirky heart of Louisiana will forever call you back.
New Orleans, Louisiana, Jackson Square
Jackson square church in New Orleans, Louisiana

EASY STREETS

No visit to New Orleans is complete without a walk through the French Quarter. Start at St. Louis Cathedral in historic Jackson Square. Stroll along the Mississippi River and through the French Market. Then pass the bohemian charms of Royal Street before topping off with the buzz of Bourbon Street.
New Orleans, Louisiana, St. Charles Streetcar
St. Charles streetcar trolley in New Orleans, Louisiana

ALL ABOARD

Hop on the historic St. Charles streetcar— the world’s oldest in continuous operation— for a relaxing ride from bustling Canal Street to the oak-lined Garden District. You’ll pass downtown scenes and antebellum mansions en route to Audubon Park, a beloved green space and home to the city zoo.
New Orleans, Louisiana, Turtle Swamp Close Up
Bench by Turtle Swamp in New Orleans, Louisiana

SWAMP ROMP

Venture 20 minutes outside the city to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve to explore southern Louisiana swamplands during your New Orleans cruise. Airboat and sightseeing boat tours offer an up-close look at vast wetlands, plus its local residents— alligators, turtles and snakes included.
New Orleans, Louisiana, Sugar Sprinkled Beignets
Sugar sprinkled beignets, treats found in New Orleans

LOCAL CUISINE

New Orleans is world-renowned for its seafood and spicy Creole flavors. Here they eat sugar-sprinkled beignets for breakfast. Lunch means fried seafood po’ boys and meaty muffulettas. Gumbo, jambalaya and boiled crawfish are savory dinner options— and you must try an authentic NOLA sno-ball for dessert. “America’s first cocktail”, the bourbon-based Sazerac, was also created here.

SHOPPING

Magazine Street spans six miles of boutiques and antique shops. Cruise from New Orleans and pick up fine art and funky works in the galleries along Royal Street in the French Quarter. And with six blocks of shops, the French Market is your best bet for Louisiana cookbooks and hand-painted items displaying the city’s fleur-de-lis emblem.

Day 2 - 3: Cruising

Day 2 - 3
Cruising
At Sea
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Man Climbing Rock Wall On Board Day Time
Man Climbing Rock Wall On Board Day Time
CAN'T MISS FAVORITES
Arcade, Kids Playing Basketball
Girl and Boy Competing in Basketball

Arcade

Blips, bleeps, clangs and cheers. Play to win in a classic arcade atmosphere with timeless games, plus the latest at the Royal Caribban Arcade.
Man Climbing Rock Wall On Board Day Time
Man Climbing Rock Wall On Board Day Time

Rock Climbing Wall

Rise to the occasion and take on the signature Rock Climbing Wall. From beginners to speed climbers, everyone can enjoy an unparalleled view from 40 feet above deck. Included in your fare, no reservation required.

Day 4: Nassau, Bahamas

Day 4
Nassau
Bahamas
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Atlantis Paradise Island Zoom in Nassau, Bahamas
Close up of Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas
Things to do in
Nassau
From 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Caribbean charm shines in the Bahamian capital, where you’re never more than a few steps away from rhythmic percussions, appetizing flavors, white-sand beaches, and some of the clearest waters in the world. This picture-perfect paradise was once a pirate’s haven— and you can explore its colorful past of buccaneers, blockade-runners and bootleggers along historical streets and at the three colonial fortresses that line the shores. If you’re looking for a more hands-on maritime adventure, look no further. Cruise to Nassau and swim with stingrays, dive with dolphins, or spot colorful coral on a glass-bottom boat. And just across the bridge is beautiful Paradise Island, home to world-famous luxury hotels and resorts. Spend the day at the famous Atlantis and splash your way through its expansive water park, grab a piña colada at the Marina Village, and spot the hammerhead sharks in Predator Lagoon.
Bahamas Dolphin Swimming Excursion
Bahamas Boy Swimming and Hugging Dolphins

LEGENDARY LOST CITY

Discover the Atlantis Resort— an entertainment mecca and home to the largest water park in the Caribbean. Located across the harbor on Paradise Island, you’ll find acres of adventures to be had— whether exploring underground tunnel aquariums, plunging down waterslides, or swimming with dolphins.
Insider tip
Water taxis run between Nassau and Paradise Island every half-hour.
Bahamas Pearl Island Lighthouse
Aerial of the Bahamas Pearl Island Lighthouse

Private Paradise

A short, 30-minute boat ride off the coast is Pearl Island, one of the unique private islands of The Bahamas. Spend the day on water trampolines, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards. Or relax in front of the iconic lighthouse while enjoying a frozen drink and freshly made conch salad.
Insider tip
Most restaurants include a 15% service charge on the bill.
Nassau, Bahamas, Beach jetski
Jetskis lining a white sandy beach in Nassau, Bahamas

LOUNGE LIKE A LOCAL

Junkanoo Beach is a free, public stretch of sand with affordable lounge-chair and umbrella rentals and tasty Bahama Mamas. It’s an easy 15-minute walk from the harbor, and offers a taste of the island’s famous blue waters and soft sand with a hint of local flavor.
Nassau, Bahamas, Conch Fritters and Salad
Conch fritters, conch salad, and rum punch on a beachside table

Local Cuisine

Bahamian cuisine showcases local seafood and reflects Spanish, West African, and British influences. Rock lobster and conch are served up in a variety of ways— from hearty chowders and fried fritters to citrus salads. Craving dessert? Try the guava duff— a warm, spongy dessert topped with sweet butter rum sauce.
Bahamas Straw Market Magnets
Bahamas Local Shopping Magnet Souvenirs

Shopping

Festival Place, which sits right on the wharf, has more than 40 local vendors selling artisanal items. Cruise to Nassau and make your way to Bay Street— just a block away— for duty-free luxury goods. This waterfront promenade is a bargain-hunter’s paradise, and the nearby Straw Market is the go-to spot for authentic Bahamian hand-made treasures.

Day 5: Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Day 5
Grand Bahama Island
Bahamas
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Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Girl Snorkeling Underwater
Underwater activities in the beaches of Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas include snorkeling to see marine life
Things to do in
Grand Bahama Island
From 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
It’s easy to see why Grand Bahama Island is one of the most popular in The Bahamas chain. Its postcard-perfect beaches are made of sand that shimmers like pearls, fronting crystal-clear waters in every hue of blue. And Freeport and Lucaya have plenty of thrills for everyone, from golfing and gambling to eco-adventures and watersports. Hike Rand Nature Center’s forest-lined trails and discover cascading waterfalls at the Garden of the Groves. Cruise to Grand Bahama Island and dive deep into acclaimed underwater spots or join in a wildly festive junkanoo parade. Capture an authentic portrait of Bahamian life— from the first beat of the Goombay drum to the last sip of a fruity Bahama Mama.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Underwater Caves Scuba Diving
Scuba diving in the underwater caves in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Nature's Best

Wind your way through one of the longest underwater cave systems in the world at Lucayan National Park. Home to six miles of caves, caverns and charted tunnels, this is the only spot in The Bahamas where you can explore six different ecosystems.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Dolphins Underwater Swimming
Dolphins swimming in deep blue ocean waters in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Dive Into Adventure

Plunge into the crystalline waters off Grand Bahama Island to discover an underwater paradise for scuba divers and snorkelers. Dive with dolphins and sharks. Flutter your fins around colorful coral gardens. Or explore submerged caverns, deep blue holes, and sunken shipwrecks.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Big Game Fishing Marlin
Fishermen catches a marlin in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Reel It In

Cast your line and get ready for an epic fight in one of the world’s premier sport fishing destinations. With the help of experienced guides, you’ll have the chance to catch marlin, bluefin tuna, wahoo and bonefish, the island’s most prized game fish.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Conch Salad
A Bahamian women preparing conch salad

Local Cuisine

For a quintessential taste of The Bahamas, try tender conch in salads and fritters. And you can’t miss a Bahamian fish fry, the island’s version of an outdoor barbecue where you’ll mingle over plates of crispy grouper and mahi-mahi. Then wash it all down with a gin-based Gully Wash cocktail or Kalik, the locals’ choice of lager.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Market Shopping
Go shopping in the markets in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Shopping

Port Lucaya Marketplace is home to over 80 duty-free shops and specialty boutiques. Browse Freeport’s sprawling International Bazaar and the nearby straw market for unique wood, shell and straw creations. The art of Bahamian straw work dates from the early 1700s— for handcrafted items made locally, look for the Authentically Bahamian® brand.

Day 6: Key West, Florida

Day 6
Key West
Florida
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Key West, Florida, Pier Beach Sunset
Sunset at beach by pier in Key West, FLorida
Things to do in
Key West
From 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
You don’t need to venture outside the United States to find the perfect island getaway. Famously known as the southernmost tip of the country, Key West is closer to Havana than it is to Miami. Cruise to Key West and feel a world away from the bustle of the Magic City. Here, time seems to move more slowly than on the mainland. Locals pedal bikes past charming pastel-colored Bahamian porches. And live music spills out of the bars and restaurants that line Duval Street. From its fascinating history and beautiful natural landscape, to its diverse residents and their warm, laid-back attitude, Key West marches to the beat of its own steel drum.
Key West, Florida, Garden Party Parrot Jungle
Garden Party Parrot Jungle, Key West

Garden Party

Meet macaws and play with parrots at Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden, a haven for rescued exotic birds.
Insider tip
Key West is easy to explore on foot, but you can also rent a bicycle for about $12 per day. A lot of locals prefer bikes to cars, so look out for cyclists.
Key West, Florida, Conch Caboose Aerial View of Street
Aerial view of street, in Key West, FLorida

CONCH CABOOSE

Hop on the world-famous Conch Train to get a lesson in Key West history and hear local legends while touring Old Town and some of the island’s most iconic landmarks.
Insider tip
You can hop on the Old Town Trolley for about $29. The trolley comes through Mallory Square every 30 minutes and includes stops around the island.
Key West, Florida, Square Dancing Shops
Shops at a Square in Key West, FLorida

SQUARE DANCING

In the hours leading up to dusk, head to Mallory Square and watch as it comes to life with acrobats, dancers and performers. The grand finale is a sunset you must see to believe.
Key West, Florida, Key Lime Pie Slice
A piece of Key Lime pie with lime slices on the side

LOCAL CUISINE

You can catch all kinds of exotic fish in Key West’s tropical waters, so it’s no surprise that much of the local cuisine centers on fresh seafood. Be sure to try some conch fritters and the iconic key lime pie, of course. When it comes to bars, you’ll find no shortage along lively Duval Street.
Key West, Florida, Souvenir Shells
Souvenir shells at a shop in Key West

SHOPPING

In Mallory Square, you’ll find lots of local vendors selling seashells, souvenirs, cigars, rum, and of course, key lime pie. If you’re looking for art galleries and clothing boutiques, head to Duval Street.

Day 7: Cruising

Day 7
Cruising
At Sea
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Chefs Table - Dining Room
Welcoming dining room with special dishes & spectacular wines. Fine dining at the best vacation cruise restaurant Chefs Table
FOR FOODIES
Sorrento's Entrance
Sorrento's restaurant is located aboard Royal Caribbean cruise ship providing delicious Pizza, Italian Food and Beverages.

Sorrento's Pizza

Warm and gooey mozzarella, the perfect crust, and toppings that’ll make your head spin— that’s amore. Pick up a New York-style pizza and make your day better, at Sorrento's.
Chefs Table - Dining Room
Welcoming dining room with special dishes & spectacular wines. Fine dining at the best vacation cruise restaurant Chefs Table

Chef's Table

Located in an intimate, exclusive spot onboard, this private epicurean experience for a limited number of guests, treats you to a five-course, menu and wine tasting.

Day 8: New Orleans, Louisiana

Day 8
New Orleans
Louisiana
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New Orleans, Louisiana, Iron Balconies Hanging Plants
Plants hanging over ornate balcony in New Orleans
Things to do in
New Orleans
Arrives at 8:00 AM
With a penchant for partying and a joie de vivre lifestyle, every day in New Orleans is cause for celebration. Its melting pot culture is as rich as the roux in its Creole cuisine— and adventure dangles on iron-latticed balconies alongside colorful Mardi Gras beads. Head to the French Quarter in the heart of the city, and get swept up in the wild beat of Bourbon Street. New Orleans cruises give you the chance to check out Frenchmen Street clubs for live jazz tunes, or roam the leafy Garden District. Whether it’s the voodoo vibes, fiery cooking, or down-home hospitality, the quirky heart of Louisiana will forever call you back.
New Orleans, Louisiana, Jackson Square
Jackson square church in New Orleans, Louisiana

EASY STREETS

No visit to New Orleans is complete without a walk through the French Quarter. Start at St. Louis Cathedral in historic Jackson Square. Stroll along the Mississippi River and through the French Market. Then pass the bohemian charms of Royal Street before topping off with the buzz of Bourbon Street.
New Orleans, Louisiana, St. Charles Streetcar
St. Charles streetcar trolley in New Orleans, Louisiana

ALL ABOARD

Hop on the historic St. Charles streetcar— the world’s oldest in continuous operation— for a relaxing ride from bustling Canal Street to the oak-lined Garden District. You’ll pass downtown scenes and antebellum mansions en route to Audubon Park, a beloved green space and home to the city zoo.
New Orleans, Louisiana, Turtle Swamp Close Up
Bench by Turtle Swamp in New Orleans, Louisiana

SWAMP ROMP

Venture 20 minutes outside the city to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve to explore southern Louisiana swamplands during your New Orleans cruise. Airboat and sightseeing boat tours offer an up-close look at vast wetlands, plus its local residents— alligators, turtles and snakes included.
New Orleans, Louisiana, Sugar Sprinkled Beignets
Sugar sprinkled beignets, treats found in New Orleans

LOCAL CUISINE

New Orleans is world-renowned for its seafood and spicy Creole flavors. Here they eat sugar-sprinkled beignets for breakfast. Lunch means fried seafood po’ boys and meaty muffulettas. Gumbo, jambalaya and boiled crawfish are savory dinner options— and you must try an authentic NOLA sno-ball for dessert. “America’s first cocktail”, the bourbon-based Sazerac, was also created here.

SHOPPING

Magazine Street spans six miles of boutiques and antique shops. Cruise from New Orleans and pick up fine art and funky works in the galleries along Royal Street in the French Quarter. And with six blocks of shops, the French Market is your best bet for Louisiana cookbooks and hand-painted items displaying the city’s fleur-de-lis emblem.

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